I don't know... I kid of like Hwoarang. He had some interestng quirks in his moveset and quite the personality.

I tend to be more geared towards the japanese arts... and only three really have my attention. Being Aikido, Kendo, or iaido. I know of others, those just see the most appealing.


You know, talking of Hwoarang, I liked tekken 5 because of the fact so many languages were represented. You don't hear Manderin or Korean spoken much in video games... I've never heard Manderin, however, I have heard cantoneee in a video game before. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Johnny Tai" <johnnyti...@shaw.ca>
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Choosing a martial art is largely depending on your built, if you have good balance, if you're quicker with arms or legs, etc. SOmetimes it takes years to find the right style- I started at nine and have switched probably 10/12 times. Tai Kwon Do for example, didn't work best for me- I was good, I got strong legs, but the fact was my upperbody was alot bigger than my lower half, and with my long-bodied and shorter leg built, that style wasn't having the best result on me. Talking about Tai Kwon Do, I loved the guy Baek in Tekken lol, but for some reason I dislike his student.

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I envy you... because I wouldn't mind doing martial arts myself. Trying to choose one... and having trouble deciding. lol.

I like characters who balance speed and power, like Guy. He isn't a long-range, but get in close and he'll combo the daylights out of you if you let him get you in a corner. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Johnny Tai" <johnnyti...@shaw.ca>
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I got into the counterattack style of fighting after seeing how easy my mixed martial art/counterattack instructor handled my karate master lol. However, I've tried many forms myself, and can agree that most of them when applied properly can be useful. It all comes down to personal preference and style of moving- I'm a power-fighter, which makes Muay Thai and boxing and such direct/striking forms work best for me. Guess the preference extends to my preference over character designs- I like those that have my similar bodytype/style. And before you ask, no I'm not as big as Sagat lol, but body typewise we're similar.

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Depends on your application of the tactic. A karate chop or kick at the right moment could get you out of a fix. It's kind of a case of finding the middle ground.. just straight up attacking won't get you anywhere, but stand their too long and bad things happen. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Johnny Tai" <johnnyti...@shaw.ca>
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It is very ture that to beat many high level AI a mroe passive/newbish approach works better. A friend of mine demonstrated that once playing Tekken 3 on the highest difficulty- none of the combo would work, yet all he'd have to do is stand there, block like mad and use one single kick button at the right moment to win lol. And I remember this one time I was annoyed at King of fighters 98's highest difficulty, and one of my buddies, who never played the darn thing before, picked up the controller and basically just used punch and kick, no combo, no special, and made it almsot to the last stage before getting killed rofl. The funny part about that is, in a real street fight, often what you learn in martial art classes don't work- the simpler your approach, the better your chance of winning the fight- don't try to pull off a black belt karate kada when you can just boot the guy in the groin lol.


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